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Biologists visualize protein interaction that may initiate viral infection

... Biologists at Purdue University have taken a "snapshot" of a Velcro-like protein on a cell's surface just after it attached to the dengue virus, a linkup thought to initiate the early stages of infection. The virus, which is spread by mosquitoes, infects more than 50 million people annually, killing a...

Unusual antibiotics show promise against deadly 'superbugs'

... are naturally attracted to collagen molecules. He believes the peptides make themselves at home within gaps formed by loose collagen strands. This linkup opens the door to new medical treatments, Yu says, because it is easy to attach bioactive agents to the peptides. When the peptides bind with collagen...

Modified collagen could yield important medical applications

... are naturally attracted to collagen molecules. He believes the peptides make themselves at home within gaps formed by loose collagen strands. This linkup opens the door to new medical treatments, Yu says, because it is easy to attach bioactive agents to the peptides. When the peptides bind with collagen...
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Johnson Controls partners on car satellite linkup

Milwaukee, Wis. - TomTom , a navigation solution provider based in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and Johnson Controls Inc. in Milwaukee have announced a joint development relationship which will enable TomTom satellite navigation devices to become integrated into automotive electronic systems. Jo...

Does redefining universal service help bridge the digital divide?

...e from a one-dimensional definition (voice) to a three-dimensional definition (voice, data and video). Should assistance programs such as Lifeline and linkup provide funding for data and video services as they do for voice services? In all the heated and emotional debates I hear from all sides of the ne...
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